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Starchitecture on Campus

Colleges and universities from Boston to Chicago are hooked on celebrity architects whose signature designs can help boost a school's reputation — and attract alumni donors.

By David Dillon
February 22, 2004

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Students moving into Northeastern University's new Building H may think that they've checked into a Four Seasons hotel instead of a dormitory. Rooms are organized into four-person suites, with private baths, central kitchens, and spacious living rooms with panoramic views of Boston. (Full Article: 3034 Words)

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